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Asking the Right Questions When Buying a New HVAC System

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Fall and winter are on the way, and your HVAC system barely got through last year. You’re certain your family is not going to be able to get through this winter’s coldest days with your current system.

Now’s the time to start comparing HVAC companies and finding the right company for your family, but you’re dreading the whole process. How does one find a trustworthy vendor with fair pricing and great service? Is checking online reviews and asking neighbors for recommendations enough? Not really. Pinpointing the right vendor boils down to asking the right questions, especially when buying a new HVAC system.

Top 10 Questions to Ask When Investing in a New HVAC System

Remember, a reputable company asks questions specific to your situation and family’s needs, listens, listens some more, as well as, looks and acts the part of a professional HVAC company. A new system is a big investment. Your family deserves a trusted professional like Drake Heating & Air.

For more insights on knowing how to tell if a local HVAC company is worth its salt, hop over to last month’s featured blog for additional ways to gauge a reputable company.

We proudly provide reliable heating and air services to residents throughout Dayton. Our factory-trained technicians have 25+ years of experience. Call us at  (937) 472-0640  or schedule an appointment online.

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Dave McPike
Dave McPike
13:12 25 Feb 21
Always reliable, professional, and great communication. Highly recommend. Also had them return for duct cleaning. Tommy and John did a very thorough job.
Melissa Laux
Melissa Laux
20:24 24 Feb 21
Great experience. Mike was very polite and professional.
James Hinkle
James Hinkle
02:05 24 Feb 21
They renovated the utility space by removing a soft water conditioner, a hot water heater, replaced a humidifier, installed an on- the- wall water heater, a UV light to disinfect the furnace air flow, and a digital humidity controller. They replaced all the old water valves with more modern ones and rearranged the piping and ductwork in the space.
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